Course Description

This course advances students? knowledge of the theoretical and practical aspects of synchronous sound, digital cinematography and non-linear editing. Aspects of sound techniques include: double-system sound recording; on-set production practices; issues in the synchronization of sound and picture; the foley studio, and basic mixing processes for film and television production.


This course will be offered using a hybrid model of instruction. To ensure students receive equipment demonstrations and hands-on practice, four classes will be offered in-person as allowed by government and public health guidelines. The remaining classes will be delivered through virtual instruction. Dates of on-campus instruction to be confirmed.

Registered certificate program students who do not have the corequisite and who wish to take this course should contact Ana Abreu, Program Coordinator, at aabreu@torontomu.ca for more information. A requisite may be waived if the student has specific professional experience.





Prerequisite: CMPF 207
Corequisite: MPF422

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